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"Corporate" Blog of Daniele Muscetta, Premier Field Engineer.

Using Wire Data in Operations Management Suite Log Search

A little while ago we enabled in the OMS Portal the first iteration of a ‘Wire Data’ solution – check it out in the Solutions Gallery if you haven’t. We didn’t make it in time to formally announce it on the ‘momteam’ blog, but Stas has given us coverage anyways. So here’s a slightly more… Read more

Azure Operational Insights Search How To: Part I – How to filter big data

[Edited October 27th 2014 – System Center Advisor is now a part of the new Microsoft Azure Operational Insights – Click to learn more] With this blog post I am starting a series where I walk thru some concepts of the Microsoft Azure Operational Insights Search Syntax – the full documentation and syntax reference is… Read more

W3C IIS Logs Search in Microsoft Azure Operational Insights

[Edited October 27th 2014 – System Center Advisor is now a part of the new Microsoft Azure Operational Insights – Click to learn more] Last week we enabled the collection of IIS Logs from your Operations Manager agents into System Center Advisor. if you are already using Advisor, you’ll notice we don’t just talk about… Read more

Microsoft Monitoring Agent, System Center Operations Manager and Visual Studio Application Insights

Since the release of System Center 2012 R2 Preview (and more after GA was announced) a lot of people asked me why did we rename the Operations Manager agent to “Microsoft Monitoring Agent”? Some information that went out together with the GA of SC2012R2 can be found at the following link: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn465154.aspx     And here is… Read more

Lonely blog for almost a year, and see you at MMS 2013 next week

Wow, I haven’t written here in a while. My last post on this blog is from over a year ago, and referred to the BETA of System Center 2012 Service Pack ! Since then, the final version of that Service Pack 1 has shipped and Global Service Monitor has been made general available too –… Read more

Operations Manager 2012 SP1 BETA is out, and some cool things you might not (yet) know about it

It has been a couple of months since we released the CTP2 release (I had blogged about that here http://www.muscetta.com/2012/06/16/operations-manager-2012-sp1-ctp2-is-out-and-my-teched-na-talk-mgt302/ ) and we have now reached the Beta milestone! Albeit you might have already seen a number of posts about this last week (i.e. http://blogs.technet.com/b/server-cloud/archive/2012/09/10/system-center-2012-sp1-beta-available-evaluate-with-windows-server-2012.aspx or http://blogs.technet.com/b/momteam/archive/2012/09/11/system-center-2012-service-pack-1-beta-now-available-for-download.aspx), I see the information on the blogs so… Read more

Operations Manager 2012 SP1 CTP2 is out, and my TechED NA talk (MGT302)

As you might have already heard, this has been an amazing week at TechEd North America: System Center 2012 has been voted as the Best Microsoft Product at TechEd, and we have released the Community Technology Preview (CTP2) of all System Center 2012 SP1 components. I wrote a (quick) list of the changes in Operations… Read more

Operations Manager 2012 Release Candidate is out of the bag!

Go read the announcement at http://blogs.technet.com/b/server-cloud/archive/2011/11/10/system-center-operations-manager-2012-release-candidate-from-the-datacenter-to-the-cloud.aspx This is the first public release since I am part of the team (I started in this role the day after the team had shipped Beta) and this is the first release that contains some direct output of my work. It feels so good! Documentation has also been refreshed… Read more

Repost: Useful SetSPN tips

I just saw that my former colleague (PFE) Tristan has posted an interesting note about the use of SetSPN “–A” vs SetSPN “–S”. I normally don’t repost other people’s content, but I thought this would be useful as there are a few SPN used in OpsMgr and it is not always easy to get them… Read more

I have been chosen; Farewell my friends…

I have been in Premier Field Engineering for nearly 7 years (it was not even called PFE when I joined – it was just “another type of support”…) and I have to admit that it has been a fun, fun ride: I worked with awesome people and managed to make a difference with our products… Read more